The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 14, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 14, 1947
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PAGI BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14,. 1047 Tatl-Hartley Law Tested by NLRB Examiner Launches Hearing of Charges Against Typographers •T mm JONES (UnH*4 Pnta Stiff CorrMpondrnti BALTIMORE, Oct. 14. (UP)—The National Labor Relations Board opened hearing* today on the first unfair labor practice complaint filed against a union under the T&ft- Hartlej act. . The preofdent-aettlng ca*o in- volvM charge* by the Graphic Art* League, competed of 32 printing •hops, that Local 12 of the International typographical union refused *o bargain collectively in good faith on a- new wage contract. The hearing* opened before a trial examiner of the NUIB. His T«co*timpndftt!on—either for dlsmls- *aJ of the complaint or for issuance of a stop order against, the union— will then go to the full NLRU In Washington for approval. The board's decision can be appealed 1o the Suprejiie Court and there is every indication the issue will wind up there. Local 12 contends the Tatl-Hail- ley Act is unconstitutional and that the NTjRB therefore has no jurisdiction in the dispute. The act for the first time makes unions subject In unfair labor charges. 1 'The local refused lo sipn a new ! working agreement with the. league ! in line with the no-written-con- I tract policy adopted at the recent TTU convention. Instead, it offered to post certain "conditions of employment" under which Its members would work. The league contended this was only a device to circumvent the Tatt-Harlley law's ban on the closed *hop and secondary boycotts. The league's charges were investigated by Ross Madden, regional KLRB director here, and the complaint against the local wjis filed Sept. 23 through NLRB Gencri! Counsel Robert N. Denham. League Charges Coercion "Tht complaint charged specifically that the ITU and the local "have restrained and 'coerced'- employes by "attempting to impose and imposing upon employes of the companies certain "conditions ol employment, requiring said employes as a condition of employment to obtain and maintain membership" In the ITU. American Dead Start Home Burglar's Second Visit Brings Offer of Reward UKQUEEN, Ark., Oct.. H. <UP> — A rcnvnici of $100 -fens runted today by Sevler County BhcrlH V. W. Cannon for Information leading lo (ho arrest and conviction ol the r.'-An bLii't'larlzlng Brookes Drug Store More Saturday night. A .small amount, o( cash and »n (letmnlnrd number of fountain liens, watches nnrf other merchandise wa« taken In addition to * jwtiible radio and two men'* Jackets, Ttie burglary was the second at (ho same store In less than 90 days, and the same entrance and procedure was followed in each. On the nlslii of July 31, about {500 In merchandise and cash was inken. Army Deniet Politico! Preimre in Revealing Gratiano't Ditchorge WASHINGTON, Oct. 14. (UP) — The Army denied today th»t "political pre.iaure" prompted Hs revelation that middleweight champion Rocky Orailano wu dishonorably discharged (rom the xrvlcf. An Army spokesman aald the War Department gave out the information In ruponse to a "legitimate Inquiry" from a newsman. He said the newsman pre*ent*d a photocopy of Qraitnno'a court martUI and asked if it had been carried out. "We confirmed It, naturally." the Army spokeiman said, "because that Information wu r>ol classlUfd." I The spokesman emphatically de- I nied the implication of the National Boxlnm Association Wat the Army had tingled out Grazlano from I l-ots of Seed among some 40,000 dishonorably dl 1 ;- Approximately 11.433,.,. , charged imleemcn. NBA officials of suea.rtoel seed was produced m said in New York vestcrday that they were checking the Army's disclosure "for possibilities of wrongful political pressure or worse.' the Salt River valley, surrounding phoenix, Ariz., In 1945. A youth had b?tler-bo earless than careless with n car. U. S. and Belgian soldiers march as guard of honor on either side of nun carriage through the .streets ot Antwerp, Belgium, as (he body of an American soldier Is taken lo the SS Joseph V. Connolly to be returned to the United SlalM. Five thousand, six hundred dead fr--* the military cemetery at Leiye are being returned on the ship. (NBA Telephoto.) 77 Teams Remain Unbeaten Season Nears Halfway Mark 1!V CAR]. IAJM>QUIST lllnitrrf Press Sports Writer) NEW YORK, Ori. 14. (UP)—No one was Irying to match Middle Tennessee State atid Notre Dame In a post-scnson bowl game yet, but as of today they rated alike in (lie football record nooks of 1047— they Wre among the nation's 71 unbeaten and untied teams. They, like many other colleges, lai^o and small, have managed to maintain their perfect records as the season approaches its half way mark, but the list was certain !o be trimmed drastically from here on out. In a United Pi-ess survey, it wns rcvoalrd that ihern were still 24 perfect record teams in the Midwest. 19 In the East, II in the South. EiKht in the far west, nine in the Southwest and one in Rockies. , And alons will; the so called "biK : Ixi.vs." led by Texas and California j with 4-fl rrrOL'd.s, and Minnesota. The league last Saturday offered j Michigan. Ynlc. Penn Btnte, West to drop the charge if the union \ Virginia. Cleorsiia Tech. Vanderbllt. would sign a collective-bargaining • Maryland. William fc Mary, Wnks agreement minus the "closed shop" and "struck work' 1 clauses. A.>ide from these two points, the lca;;iK claimed it hud met all the uniors demands, including a 4fl-cent hour- of Pennsylvania. Hut the figui'es were there and they didn't lie. ami at least (or nwhile they were as much entitled to the spotlight as all of the rest. Honor Roll The perfect record honor roll by sections: Midwest—Northern State Teachers, Aberdeen. S, n.. Springfield. Mo.. Teachers, Loras of Dubunue. Io\va, and Finrtlny M Ohio. 4-0; Fi nnklin and Hanover of Indiana, and Muskingum. Dayton. Denison. Miami. Nind Willjc-rfovce Slate >)f Ohio. Hillsdale and University of Michigan irom Michigan. Ellenrtale Normal and Industrial and Valley I Cily Teachers of Noi'lh Dakota. Unl- ! vcrsity of Minnesota and Gustavus Acioliihus of Minncsola, Superior the ; Teachers ot Wisconsin. Upper Iowa, and Cornell of Iowa, and Missouri Valley of Missouri all 3-0; and Cliadron. Nel).. Teachers and Mar- ciueltc ol Wisconsin. 2-0. East—Biitlnln. N. Y.. Univrrsity and Hartwick of New York. Wrsl Chester. Pa.. Stato Teachers, 4-0; Yale and New Britain Teachers of Connecticut, Corlland, N. Y., State Teachers and Mnhlcnbcr!;, Pcnu Stato. and Shippensburg of Penn- NBV/ YORK. Ocl. 11. 'UP) — American Oversoa.s Airlines nn- naunrcd today It was layiiiB-off 1.:100 employes as a result of the 16-day-old sllikc of it.s m pilots. Tho company announcement, said that 100 trans-Atlantic flights have been cancelled since the strike _be«an. Negotiations are underway by the airline fo lease its passenger planes to other operators for the duration of the strike. YC 1 nn Jrtll " Give Up Dosing! "I found ft wonderful way lo correct constipation clue to lack ol bulk In the diet. Eating KELLOCG'R ALL-BRAN every day gives me the kind of lasting relief I never got Irom havsh purgatives So tf you arc troubled this way too, atari eating KtiLOGG'S ALL• Jlltf." ALL-BRAN k keep you regular naturally or double your money back. Simply cal an ounce every day In snlUt (or oth«r cereals, or baked In ALL-BRAN muffins)—and drink plenty of water. Order KILLOCG'S ALL-BRAN today. Southern Methodist, Baylor nnd UtnVi nt 3-0. and Notre Dump, Mav«i\icUc, and Penu&ylviinlR ftt 2-Q, were n host of "littlo giants." •. _ These included such strnnpc iinmcs j syivania. Vermont. Nc\v' Hamp-shim to the rn.sLinl football follower n.s : s\ale, West Virginia and West Vir- Ellcnclnlc Normal nnd Imlustrlnl of j gjnja Tech. 3-0; Trinity and Wr.s- icynn of Co^nccUc\it, i\nd Pennsylvania, FrnnkHn <t Mnrshnll nnd Ursinus of Ponusylvanlii, and Hos- Um Coilcy^. 2-0. South— >A])n;\lachinii SU\le IVaeh- ' Norlh ilornia, of , Cal- : und Sliipiwnsburg Teachers •. ly \va»c Sncrnisr. The leii^UL 1 today ^rnnLcd Lhr 300 . . prinlcrji \nvoU-et) "in thn cn'smUe a \ prs. lioone. N. C. r nnd Middle -reu- J 25-ccn\ interim rnisc lo bo in etfcct, \ nrs.sec Stale. 4-0; Louisville. Gcor- niiMl ^ rmtlvnct is signed. This in- ' Ria Tecls. Vnndprbilt Marylnnd. Wil- tri'im arrntipcinent rlnns not rcpiT- liani ^j Mary. Virginia. Wsikc Forsl, sent n regular RgrRpiucnt "in nny , Southwest ixnifsinnn Institute, and sp»sr." thr lon^uc said. | Mississippi College 3-0, In its irpl.v (o tht* cninplain 1 .. lln; i Far West—Califonusi 4-0; union rlmllrncer] the Juri5<Uci!o3i of Uic NLRD on grounds lhaf thoTaft- i Hnrtlcy net \vn.s unconstilutioin!. Jacob CUcluinn, counsel for LocM 12. held that Ihe act violated the constitution iii that it imposed "in- IT'S THE TOPS COLUMBIA BREWING CO. S TT L O U I S .:' \ ANNOUNCEMENT The Life Insurance Company of Georgia an- nounces the promotion of J. D. Futch, District Manager, to Division Manager, with offices in Forrest City. As a result of Mr. Futch's promotion; James Mc- Mullui of Blytheville has been appointed Dis- trict Manager, and M. E. Hartzler, Asst. Dist. Mgr. A New Change 1 But the Same Old Courtesy! ' •* "Call For The-Old Reliable" OPPORTUNITY FOR FUTURE ADVANCEMENT Old and well established firm has opening for young man 23-27 years old. Applicant must have minimum 2 years college and willing to start at bottom and work way up. Write Box L % ., Courier News. ( 09 |: kin fabrics OUR SPECIAL TREATMENTS! >| t Fabrics arc, different in ten- '; sile strength, weal-ability ami \ other finalities . . • That's • why we use treatments best adapted lo the individual; fabric. And that's why, when , you send your clothes to be [ cleaned at Nu-\Va they last many months longer 1 Dial 4474-4475 NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY . EXCAVATION S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BIYTHEVILLE ARK^ INDUSTRIAL LIFE .ml HEALTH INSURAN'CI CO. DISTRICT OFFICE Uorum Hlclfj.' 203 West Main St. Phone 3607 of Tncific. Pcppcrdlnc. Ornys Harbor of Wnslihiglon, and Southern Oregon Normal. 3-0; Snntii Barbara. Cal.. Stair and Winalchcc, Wash.. College 2-0. Southwest—Tcxnis. Abilene. Tex.. voluntary servitude" on members of | Christian, East. Texas Stnte. Arkan- thr local I sas State 'readier.?, Arkansas Tccti EXlclratlll Is reiMTSeiUlng tlie local o( Russcllvillc. Cnmrron. Okta.. Au- in the currentlicarings while Henry Ries and Lnwton ot Oklahoma, all iirt dbi'ard Kniscr and Cftrard P. Vnn Ark?l represent the ITU. Karl K. Shawc in counsel for tlio lenpnc. 4-0; Bnylor and Southern Methodist. 3-0. Rocky Mouutnins—Utah. 3-0. ancock ' MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS / The largest Life Insurance Company In lh« New England States. The fifth largest In the world. .. Has over S Million Dollars Insurance in Cnrcc. Has over 8 Million I'olicyholders. Has over 2 Million Dollars in Assets. ' ' , Has over 159 Million Dollars Surplus. A purely Mutual I.CRH! Reserve Life Insurance Company, with all profits going to Ihe policy holders. Has over Vi.OOO employees lo serve its policy holders. Has over 400 offices in all .18 states nnrf Hawaii. Only Massachusetts Mulunl Legal Hcservo Life Insurance Company doing business in Arkansas. Makes Farm Loans—low interest rales. The lies! Hy Comparison. Writes all forms Life Insurance cmeratre—Pension Trust, Croup, Life, Health and Accident, SIM-RICH! Benefits, Hos|.ilali7.alion and Dependent Coverage. ROBERT M. GAMBLE General Agent West Tennessee, East Arkansas and Mississippi 108 Commerce Title Building Phone 8-4116 We want the right Representative for, Blytheville Territory. If you can appreciate \vh-.vl H mcni-.s In represent llic .lolin Hancock write or see •hove , Miss. Co. Representative—Henry Adams; Kciser, Ark; K. W. Whilner, Blytheville, Ark. 1. 2. 3. i. 6. 6. 7. S. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Starts 2:30 p.m. Featuring Indianapolis Speedway Drivers Main Event: 10 Mile 20 Lap, Grudge Race BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH' Phone 3151 Memphis, Tenn. BLYTHEVILLE AUTO RACES Sunday, October 12th At Blytheville Fairgrounds GATEWOOD GROCERY Phone 975 Ark.-Mo. State Line ,on the left at the Arch K Pi. K. K^ ; 7 Crown 1.35 2.65 4.15 Colvert 1.35 2.65 4.15 Schenley 1.35 2.65 4.15 Three Feather* 1.35 2.65 4.15, Hill & Hill 1.40 2.75 4.4{» Old Taylor ,.,. 4.35 6.90 Four Roses ,.,...,.,... 2.85 4.50 5% BEER---per Case $2.88 GAS, rcg 17.5c;. Ethyl 19.5c All Brands Cigarets,ctn. $1.35 Prizes for SPECTATORS You May Be the Lucky One! Bring the Family 6 THRILLING RACES CHAMPIONS Admission Only 60c Sponsored by Dud Cason Post 24 American 'Legion ST U DEB AKERS 5 CHAMBLIN SALES CO. 5 Sales * STUDEBAKER * Servico ATTENTION, STUI)KHAK!;K OWNERS: Drive by fnr a free chwk on your cUniatizer Heater and Defroster. Be prepared for win! er. A poorl R?lccUon ol ue-^- and uscd tr\ick?. A\so, a mimbci ol late model used cars ... all guaranteed! Jf TJi Railroad and Ash Slri-cfs T|t •Q Chamhlin Dial 2195 Hill Chamblin ~ STU DEBAKERS

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